Vikings Season 2 Exclusive Clip


Vikings Season 2 Blu-ray packshotComing from Michael Hirst (the man behind The Tudors and Elizabeth, and producer of The Borgias), Vikings is the History Channel’s first foray into creating serial drama, an undeniable success, and is soon to see its second season released on Blu-ray and DVD (on November 3rd), and in order to celebrate the release we have an exclusive clip from Vikings Season 2 available to view below.

Starring Travis Fimmel (The Beast) as legendary Viking Ragnar Lothbrok, our exclusive clip shows Ragnar holding a town meeting, and telling his people how he once again intends to sail west and invade England, perhaps spending longer raiding the country, and staying for a time on this journey; suggesting there will be a lot at stake when Vikings Season 2 is released.

Bringing battles, crises of faith, power and relationships, with shifting allegiances and problems not only maintaining power, but a steady home-life, Ragnar will have a lot to contend with in the second season of the historical show which once again stars Donal Logue, Sons of Anarchy) and Katheryn Winnick (Bones), and sees The Hunger Games’ Alexander Ludwig joining the cast for the first time.

Including not only all 10 episodes of the season, but a selection of bonus features which include featurettes examining every aspect of planning and executing key battle sequences, the Blu-ray release also includes two audio commentaries, and 16 hours of exclusive content, meaning both every fan, and the Gods themselves, should be more than satisfied when Vikings Season 2 is released on Blu-ray and DVD on November 3rd.

Matt Wheeldon@TheMattWheeldon.

Vikings Season 2 is out on Blu-ray and DVD on 3rd November from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

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Matt Wheeldon is the Founder, and Editor in Chief of Good Film Guide. He still refers to the cinema as "the pictures", and has what some would describe as a misguided appreciation for Waterworld.